Auto Parts & Accessories: A Buyer’s Guide for a Canadians

Automotive Stuff is the go-to resource for the largest, most extensive, and convenient online auto parts warehouse featuring thousands of quality brand name, high-performance and refurbished auto parts from thousands of top-name manufacturers nationwide. Whatever you need to fix your car, truck, SUV, minivan, or any other type of vehicle, it’s possible to find just what you need and at deeply discounted prices. Whether you need new car parts for your sedan, truck, SUV or minivan, an Automotive Stuff warehouse can help. From flatbed tires to performance and even performance car parts for trucks and sedans, there’s always something available at a great price on Automotive Stuff.

If you have an auto made by a major auto manufacturer, such as Chrysler, Dodge, or Nissan, chances are that they offer a warranty or at least parts replacement programs through their own dealership system. If you have a car or truck from a smaller, less popular company, you may be able to purchase your own extended warranty from them at an affordable rate. This is especially true of many small car manufacturers, as the overhead associated with having more than one car on the road often reduces the profit margin of the smaller companies. Regardless, of whether or not you have an extended warranty from your auto manufacturer, or whether you are able to purchase one separately from your car or truck dealer, using an Automotive Stuff warehouse can save you money on both parts and labor. If you frequently visit an Automotive Stuff warehouse, you may even be able to purchase your extended auto warranty for less than what you would pay in the traditional car or truck warranty program.

For those who regularly visit an Automotive Stuff warehouse, it is important to remember that all of the equipment manufactured by that company is backed by a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Because of this policy, customers should purchase only from the approved vendors and/or retailers listed in the dealer’s “authorized dealers.” If you do decide to buy OEM parts, be sure to ask your customer service representative that merchants the equipment manufacturer backs, and whether they are authorized resellers. While this may not apply to every car or truck dealership, you should be able to find a handful of reputable car or truck dealerships that sell and install OEM parts only.